As a conclusion to our Ancient Rome unit, students will participate in our Roman Feast. There are several ways to earn credit for this assignment.
- Food, Beverages, Paper Products
- Live Entertainment
- Dress Like a Roman
Food - Bring in a delicious dish including an ingredient from this list of popular Roman foods. You can make or bring in anything as long as it includes a food from the list.
Please try to make it appetizing so others will want to try it.
Or – Research a Roman recipe and try it at home! (Extra-Credit)
As a modern alternative, you can bring in your favorite Italian dish. Examples:
- Garlic knots
Beverages – Water, apple cider and milk were commonly consumed by the Romans, but you can bring in soda, cider or juice. No wine!
Paper Goods – Paper plates, cups, napkins, and forks are always necessary!
Clothing and Accessories
- Toga and laurel
- Roman armor
(see me for directions)
- Roman Rap Song
- Roman “nursery rhyme”
- Roman-themed jokes
- Play an instrument
- Sing a ‘Christ’mas carol
- Write a Roman haiku
- Perform a skit
Live entertainment (more info)
- Write and recite a Roman rap song about life in the Roman ‘hood.
- Write and recite a Roman song to the tune of a nursery rhyme.
- Sing a Christmas carol that refers to the birth of Jesus.
- Create a haiku about something you learned in this unit.
-A haiku is a poem that consists of only 17 syllables.
-It does not usually rhyme.
First line- 5 syllables
Second line- 7 syllables
Third line- 5 syllables
- Write a script and perform a skit recreating history.
- Romulus and Remus
- Punic Wars/Hannibal
- the assassination of Julius Caesar
- the Roman army
- a trip to the bathhouse
- Roman school days
- a day at the circus
- Festivals or feasts
- Jesus and the Christians
- Constantine converts
- Fall of Rome
- Make up your own idea!
- Remember, the feast is planned for Friday, October 30th .
- Please include serving spoons if needed to serve your dish.
- You may stop by my room before homeroom to drop off any food items.
- All Tupperware, bowls, plates, utensils must be brought home the day of the feast. Remember to stop by to pick up your things before you leave for the day.